Over the past four years – amongst a sea of chisled faces – one has really stood out to me. 22-year old Liu Wen – a dimpled Chinese beauty with the ability to sell fashion like she was doing it in the womb.

Liu hit the big time in 2008 when she walked for Chanel, Hermès, Jean Paul Gaultier, Kenzo, and Maison Martin Margiela for Paris Fashion Week. Just seven months later, Ralph Lauren, Roberto Cavalli, Balenciaga, Chloé, and Louis Vuitton were added, as well as walks in New York and Milan. As time goes on, her work gets more diverse and enchanting ie. a fragrance contract with Calvin Klein’s one and ck, the French Vogue calendar, a DKNY campaign, and the best runway shows possible (Christian Dior 2010 Couture, hello?).

Including these prestigious credits, she also was the first asian model to walk the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show runway last year and has recently been announced as the new face of Estee Lauder. Cosmetic contracts tend to be a jackpot for any model and EL companies represent a million-dollar win. She’s an asian sensation.

Just over a month after Sarah Burton is announced as the new Bosswoman of Alexander McQueen, we get a sneaky peak at Resort 2011. She is showing a complete understanding the brand and is visibily striving to keep his legacy alive through almost identical technique.

One word: YES!!

Glastonbury. Glasto. ‘Errr, that place I got really wasted last week with Stevie Wonder’. Whatever you call it, it is renowned as one of the world’s best music festivals and – though it began as a very hippie happening – one of the best places to find an incredible range of UK fashion.

From the 23rd to the 28th of June, thousands in the Vale of Avalon celebrated the iconic 40th year of music, mingling and madness. It was definitely one of the greatest years for festival-fashionyet – mainly due to righteous redhead duo Paloma Faith and Florence Welsh.)

A white russian under the microscope. Amazing.

A white russian under the microscope. Amazing.

Since I was snacking on yogurt puffs I have been kind of obsessed with the Science Museum. Growing up in both London and various US states, every other museum I was fortunate enough to visit seemed to pale in comparison. Not giant dinosaurs, not infamous works of art, and not even wax figures of my idols could rival five floors that catered to my every love (life, psychology, the meaning of the world, blah blah blah).

After moving back to London six months ago, I came across a monthly event that would rule my world once a month: Science Museum Lates. An adults-only event, they present you with oodles to do that pertain to a different category month-by-month.  This month is you. Literally. It’s all interactive with plenty to participate in (ie. pub quiz, live actors, talent exhibit, silent discos and much, much more.)

To top it all off – it’s free. Click for more info.

See you Wednesday ;)